Peter Diamandis, MD and Tony Robbins are entrepreneurs and authors of "Life Force," a book on precision medicine and health technology.
Is cancer just bad luck? To some degree, yes... but there's also a very, very large environmental and lifestyle component.
Dr. Gordon Lithgow is a professor of gerontology at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging. The topic of conversation in this episode is especially focused on Dr. Lithgow's work with C. elegans, which a tiny nematode worm he uses to interrogate questions ...
Several studies have established causation showing that sleep duration is a major determinant of insulin sensitivity.
Dr. Axel Montagne studies how, when, and where the blood-brain barrier becomes dysfunctional preceding dementia and in the earliest stages of age-related cognitive decline.
Lifestyle factors and new technologies offer the promise of living longer, healthier lives, but is there a limit to the human lifespan? This episode explores the different theories supporting this hotly debated topic.
Contrary to commonly held beliefs, lactate is not the cause of muscle fatigue. Rather, it's an essential source of energy itself, greedily metabolized with a greater degree of preference than many other sources of energy, including glucose. Recent research ...
Dr. Rhonda Patrick delivers the keynote lecture at the Orthomolecular Medicine Congress in Bussum, Netherlands (MBOG Congres 2015). Discussion: prevalency of micronutrient inadequacy & Dr. Bruce Ames' triage theory.
Dr. Darya Rose & husband Kevin Rose join Rhonda for a chat about multi-day silent meditation retreats, Kevin's experiments with a ketogenic diet, and some ideas and other projects he's working.
In this episode, George Church, Ph.D., one of the world's leading geneticists, discusses his work on how revolutionary technologies such as multiplex genome editing and genome writing could advance human health.
This short recipe video shows a fun, tasty way to eat salmon roe. Salmon roe is rich in the omega-3 fatty acid, docosahexaenoic acid, in its phospholipid form.
In this episode, Dr. Giselle Petzinger discusses exciting findings in Parkinson's disease research, with an emphasis on exercise's role in neuroplasticity and delaying disease progression.
When people exercise as part of a treatment for alcohol abuse disorder it reduces their volume of alcohol consumption. But why? One reason may be FGF21.
Dr. Rhonda Patrick talks about transgenerational effects of caloric restriction on longevity, B-vitamins silencing bad genes, cognitive stimulation reversing neurodegenerative disease, exercise increases neurogenesis, and ways in which vitamin D might influ...
Dr. Frans Kuypers and his lab pioneered a technique that helps retrieve pluripotent stem cells from placental tissue, which is routinely needless discarded worldwide.